Top-ranked Franklin lost its first game of the season, but it took the No. 8 team in USA Today's national rankings to do it.

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Top-ranked Franklin lost its first game of the season, but it took the No. 8 team in USA Today’s national rankings to do it.



Etiwanda of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., beat Franklin 72-64 last night in quarterfinals of the Desert Heat National Invitational.



Etiwanda (10-0) outscored the Quakers (3-1) 23-13 in the third quarter. Etiwanda hit 10 of 15 shots in the period and made 59 percent from the field in the game.



Sophomore guard Venoy Overton scored 11 of his game-high 22 in the fourth quarter for Franklin, which plays today at 1:40 p.m. Jordan Daisy added 12 for the Seattle team.




Other games



Sonoma Valley (Calif.) 56, Skyline 54



In the Desert Heat National Invitational, Kevin Lang scored a team-high 17, but a 10-foot shot with seven seconds left won it for Sonoma Valley.




Sammamish 59, Palm Springs (Calif.) 33



In the Desert Heat National Invitational, Jaz Giacchetti scored 11 of his 16 in the first quarter as the Totems (4-3) rolled to a 21-13 lead.




At Mountlake Terrace 87, Cleveland 79



In the Edmonds School District Holiday Tournament, the host Hawks (6-2) led by 15 points with four minutes left, then watched Cleveland go on a 17-5 run during a 2:45 span. Terrace advanced into tonight’s 7 o’clock championship against O’Dea. O’Dea, the fifth-ranked Class 3A team, beat Emerald Ridge 72-30 yesterday.



Justynn Hammond and Leigh Swanson each scored 16, and Swanson had 14 rebounds for the Hawks, ranked ninth in 4A. Bernard Banks led Cleveland with 20 points.




Eastlake 49, Hoggard (N.C.) 42



A.J. Jergens scored a game-high 17 to go with seven rebounds to lead the Wolves to their second straight win in the Leon Brogden Holiday Tournament in Wilmington, N.C. Keaton Hayenga, a 6-5 sophomore forward, had 10 points and nine rebounds for Eastlake plays Laney of Wilmington today.




Mark Morris 63, Kentwood 60



In the Surf ‘N Slam Tournament in San Diego, Josh Wilson led all scorers with 23 for the Monarchs from Longview, and Blake Solomon had 21 for Kentwood (3-2).




Scripps Ranch (Calif.) 51, Mount Si 47



Kenten Walker and Marcus Wilson each scored 17 to lead the San Diego team past the Wildcats (4-5) in the Surf ‘N Slam Tournament. Junior guard Kyle Clearman had 11 points, five rebounds and three steals for Mount Si.




Rhinelander (Wis.) 73, Lake Washington 65



In the Surf ‘N Slam Tournament, Ryan Staudacher scored 21 and Steve Wisely 18, but the Kangaroos (5-1) lost.




St. Mary’s (Calif.) 77, Newport 39



In the Surf ‘N Slam Tournament, the Berkeley, Calif., team beat the Knights from Bellevue. No details were reported.



Monroe 72, Santa Maria (Calif.) 65



In the Atascadero Tournament, Tyler Marley scored 13 of his 16 in the second half, as the Bearcats (4-2) advanced to tonight’s semifinal against host Atascadero, Calif. Jimmy Santjer added 11 points and 10 assists.





King’s 48, Henderson (Nev.) 45



Guard Joey Kennard scored a team-high 17 as the Knights (4-3) opened the Queen Creek Holiday Tournament in Phoenix, Ariz. King’s plays host Queen Creek today.




White Rock (B.C.) 74, Cascade 53



At the Storm Winter Classic in Bellingham, Tyrell Mara’s 29 led all scorers. Sophomore guard Dirk Snel led Cascade with 14 points. Cascade plays St. George’s today at 12:45 p.m.




Chaparral (Ariz.) 82, Bellevue 77



In the Cactus Jam in Phoenix, Ariz., Kevin Stangvik scored a game-high 29, but the Wolverines (1-6) blew a four-point lead in the final 25 seconds. Bellevue faces Woodinville tomorrow.




Sacred Heart (Calif.) 58, Woodinville 57



In the Cactus Jam in Phoenix, Ariz., Sacred Heart of San Francisco edged the Falcons by one. No details were reported.




Garfield 104, Spectrum (B.C.) 50



In the Victoria (B.C.) Prep Invitational, Ramiyo Bacani scored 20 and Marcus Holmes 15 for the Bulldogs (2-1).





Lakeside 72, Dover Bay (B.C.) 58



In the Victoria Prep Invitational, Matt Allen scored a game-high 24 and Andrew Doggett and Sean Whitsitt each added 16 as the Lions (3-6) won.




West Seattle 75, Cowichan (B.C.) 52



In the Victoria Prep Invitational, Louie Sanchez scored a game-high 19, and Mo Robale had 18 points, six steals and five rebounds for the Wildcats (5-4).




Bainbridge 68, Olympic 45



John Bruns led three Bainbridge players in double figures with 19 points, and Theo Miller added 16 as the Spartans (5-3) won a nonleague game. Bainbridge’s Cody Gibler, a 6-6 sophomore, had 12 points, 11 rebounds and seven blocks while making 6 of 7 field goals.




Pendleton (Ore.) 67, Lindbergh 48



In the Central Washington Holiday Hoop Classic, Alvin Green scored a game-high 21 in the Eagles’ (1-6) loss.




At Snohomish 72, Franklin Pierce 51



Jon Brockman had 34 points, 16 rebounds, four blocks, three steals and two assists as the Panthers (4-3) beat the Cardinals (6-3) in a nonleague game.




At Kamiak 46, Oak Harbor 26



Billy Johnson and Rahiti Marere each scored 13 as the Knights (5-2) beat the Wildcats (0-8) in a nonleague game.




Meadowdale 51, at Arlington 44



Jake Linton scored 23 as the Mavericks (5-2) won a nonleague game. David Griffiths’ 17 led the Eagles (3-4).




Capital 50, Juanita 42



In the South Sound Classic at Saint Martin’s in Lacey, Aaron Lamkin’s 17 led the Cougars from Olymnpia past the Rebels (3-3). Juanita was without leading scorer Micah Downs.







Mercer Island 52, Kennedy (Calif.) 41



In the Bambauer Memorial Christmas Classic, the Islanders (6-2) held high-scoring Kennedy, which had 98 points in its previous game, to 14 in the first half. Ryan Iani’s 14 led MI into today’s semis.




Seattle Christian 42, Tumwater 36



Trevor Peterson scored nine of his game-high 13 in the third quarter as host Seattle Christian won the Another Level Christmas Classic.



Rainier Christian 60, Evergreen Lutheran 53



Scott Winger scored a game-high 22 in his team’s nonleague victory.